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Superfood Matcha green tea has a positive effect on the immune system and helps against allergies.

Matcha is packed with polyphenols, which are very good for you. It also contains natural caffeine and many EGCG molecules, which stop cancer.

When you drink matcha you drink the whole tea leaf, which means you absorb all the goodness.

I drink it before exercising, after exercising, I'm a real green tea junkie.

Attila Hildmann, vegan celebrity chef and bestselling author, Germany

Superfood Matcha has an anti-inflammatory effect on the immune system. The more Matcha you drink or use in your food, the better allergic reactions (IGE) are suppressed. The catechins and L-theanines in Matcha have an anti-viral effect in flu. The EGCGs have an anti-bacterial effect on different sickness-causing micro-bodies, including Candidias Albicans. Matcha inhibits the growth of parasites. Superfood Matcha thus curbs infections, clears up free radicals, reduces oxidative damage and protects the kidneys.

Matcha and science: immune system and allergy

The catechin EGCG in Matcha has a positive effect on the immune system and lowers IgE related allergies. 1
The more Matcha is taken, the more IgE (allergic reactions) is suppressed.  3
Matcha tea flowers have an anti-inflammatory effect on the immune system.  6
Matcha helps with bacterial infections of the skin. 10
In vitro-study proves: Matcha has a better anti-inflammatory effect than black tea, possibly thanks to the higher concentration of flavonoids in green tea. 12
Matcha extract appears effective as a disinfecting hand soap in case of a flu virus.  25
The EGCG catechins in Matcha are responsible for the anti-cancer, anti-obesity, anti-atherosclerosis, anti-diabetes, anti-bacterial and anti-viral effect.  27
The catechins in Matcha have an anti-allergic effect. 33
Matcha reduces the toxicity in case of arsenic poisoning. 35
The non-polymeric phenols in Matcha appear to contain most anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial properties. 44
Apart from the catechins, Matcha by-product  extracts also have an anti-viral effect in case of flu.  47
The amino acid L-theanine is thought to be responsible for the taste of the Matcha.  It also increases your concentration and relaxes you, in addition to the well-known cancer preventative, immune system supporting and cardiovascular properties. 80
Supplements with Matcha catechins and theanine appear to be effective in the prevention of flu infections. 117
The EGCGs in Matcha offer possibilities to protect the immune system. 147
Tea polyphenols can improve immunity, among others by the increase of anti-inflammatory cytokines. 174
EGCG, the main catechin in Matcha, has an anti-microbial effect on different bacterial sickness-causing micro-bodies, such as Stenotrophomonas maltophilia. 175
Lemon grass, Matcha and cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) give better results in Candidias Albicans of the oral cavity than other herbs. A preparation with cassia gives the best results. 186
The tannins in Matcha may increase the immune mechanism against oxidative stress caused by arsenic and reduce the amount of arsenic tissue. 189
Matcha slows down the growth of (Babesia) parasites, a kind of malaria parasite in animals, transferred by tick bites.  199
Matcha strengthens the immune system, clears free radicals, reduces oxidative damage and protects the kidneys. 204
Plants rich in flavonoids such as elderberry, Matcha and cinnamon appear to block HIV-1 and can thus help in the treatment of Aids. 235
The use of natural plant material, such as Matcha and rosemary can improve the microbial quality of food.  244
Matcha seems promising in treating the HIV virus. EGCGs, the main polyphenols in Matcha appear to have an effect on the quality of sperm and thus combat an HIV spread. 250
The anti-oxidant effect and immunity protecting and anti-cancer properties make Matcha effective against intestinal, skin, lung, prostate and breast cancer.  255
Black and green tea polyphenols reduce arsenic poisoning. Matcha has a stronger effect than black tea thanks to the greater number of polyphenols. 259
The EGCGs in Matcha inhibit an infection by the HIV virus. The use of EGCGs in physiological concentrates opens possibilities for alternative HIV therapies. 272
Matcha increases the life span of transplantation material (in combination with low doses of Cyclosporine A). 273
Matcha is used with other herbs against deadly infections. 282
Matcha protects against auto-immune arthritis. The anti-inflammatory properties of the polyphenols in the tea also reduce the factors that make the immune system sick. 295



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Superfood Matcha green tea has a positive effect on the immune system and helps against allergies